The Kühlhaus Berlin will open its doors for eleven days during Artweek Berlin to let art and nature meet. More than 30 artists from Spain, Germany, Russia, Norway, Central Asia, Zimbabwe and many other countries will impress visitors, showing how unique, beautiful and fragile the nature of our one and only planet is. A ten-metre long painting of elephants rebelling against environmental destruction, a photo of intricate insect heads taken with a scanning electron microscope, newly constructed utopian worlds – each artist interprets the theme of nature and the environment in their own way.
NABU is involved in a wide variety of projects to protect nature and the environment on five continents. At PlanetArt, the nature conservation organisation invites you to join them on an artistic voyage of discovery through the world of NABU’s projects. All are welcome to take part and become a part of PlanetArt. Concerts, readings, talks: the festival offers a full programme in addition to the exhibitions.
With the participation of the Spanish artists Milena Aguilar and Tahiche Díaz.
Nabu President Olaf Tschimpke and Marianne Kapfer, curator and artistic director of the PlanetArt Festival.
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